> polish evenly and smoothly. Something like a low-speed buffer would work
> It's not a very complicated kit, it's just some glass polishing compound
> (in powder form, just add water) and a buffing disk that attaches to your
> electric drill, thats it. You could probably just buy glass polishing
> compound and a polishing disk seperately and not pay as much.
Do you know what grit it was? I have access to 400 and 800 grit- is that
> But be aware
> that polishing compound of any type isn't going to take out even moderately
> deep scratches, just the very slight ones.
> Jeremy DuBois
> Programmer/System Administrator
> Thermalogic Corporation
> '74 MGB, '76 Spitfire